Video Presentation

The FLICC IT Working Group's
Discussion Series IV:
Dynamic Database Driven Web Applications


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Are you spending all of your time updating constantly changing Web information? Moving to a database to generate a Web site dynamically seems to be all the rage in cyberspace, but does adding this extra layer really make work any easier? How difficult is this kind of system to implement and what are its benefits? Join James King, Naval Research Laboratory; Stephanie Bianchi, National Science Foundation; and Harry Needleman, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center for a discussion of strategies other agencies are using to make their Web sites more dynamic.

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Video Segment One               Introduction              Video Segment One               
Video Segment Two              James King               Video Segment Two
Video Segment Three            Stephanie Bianchi     Video Segment Three
Video Segment Four              Q & A Session          Video Segment Four               
Video Segment Five              Harry Needleham      Video Segment Five


Presented at the FLICC Discussion Series on Web Topics on November 21, 2000. Join the Info Tech Working Group Web Bulletin Board to post or review IT-related questions on this topic and others. The Web Bulletin Board is similar to a listserv discussion, only messages and responses are posted to the Web, not distributed via email.

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